Osama bin Laden’s ‘spokesman’ returns to Britain after ONE HOUR police quiz



Adel Abdel Bary was convicted after the US embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania which killed 224 people in 1998. However, he is now back in Britain after an hour-long police quiz.

Adel Abdel Bary only served eight years of a 25-year term in the United States

Osama bin Laden‘s alleged British spokesman has been sent back to Britain after a ONE HOUR police quiz.

The ghosts were powerless to block Adel Abdel Bary’s deportation from the United States because he was granted asylum here in the 1990s.

The Egyptian was convicted after the bombings of US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998 that killed 224 people.

He was extradited from the UK in 2012 and served just eight years of a 25-year term in the US.

Then he returned to Britain and was reunited with his wife at their £1million council house in north London – even though SO15 counter-terrorism officers warned ‘he poses a risk’ .

Bary was extradited to the United States


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Dozens of people were killed after a huge explosion in Nairobi, Kenya in 1998



Details of his return first emerged during an ongoing surveillance hearing. Documents show cops spoke to Bary for 60 minutes in a video call in the United States. The documents state, “Bary had prior and significant ties to al-Qaeda. Bary’s current mindset and extremist ideology is largely unknown and untested.

“It is assessed by SO15 to pose a security risk to the UK, although the extent…is difficult to quantify.

“Based on the recent initial risk interview… Bary said he had no desire to re-offend or re-engage upon his return to the UK and wanted to rebuild family relationships, posing no threat to the UK. Although initially positive, this commitment was untested and would require evaluation over time after release and reintegration into the community.

“As a result, Bary’s pledge to abstain and disengage was also untested.”

The United States has charged Bary, 61, with 285 offenses but he has only admitted to a handful, including death threats with explosives and a conspiracy to murder American citizens at the ‘foreigner. He was granted a ‘pardon’ on the grounds that he was so overweight he could die if he caught Covid. He returned to the UK in 2020.

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Last month he challenged a Scotland Yard surveillance order, citing anxiety, trauma, violation of human rights and saying it would exacerbate PTSD “associated with imprisonment and torture in Egypt , then to imprisonment in the United Kingdom and the United States”. But a High Court judge sanctioned the order – and it emerged his immigration status is currently being reviewed by Priti Patel.

The judgment said: “Mr. Bary is not subject to the license conditions. But the Home Secretary is reviewing his immigration status and he has been placed on bail and restricted leave.

The Home Office said: ‘Safety and security is the first priority and police, security and intelligence agencies have a range of powers available to deal with individuals.

Home Secretary Priti Patel



Scotland Yard declined to comment.

In 2012, the United States alleged that Bary was the head of the London cell of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad, which merged with al-Qaeda in 1998. He rented premises which became the “media information office” of bin Laden.

Bary’s son, Abdel-Majed Abdel, a former rapper, joined Islamic State in Syria and posed with a severed head.

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